Segue Manufacturing Services Expands Billerica, Massachusetts, Operations Complex
The new 45,000 square foot manufacturing facility is located just north of Boston in the master-planned office/flex BT-37 Business Park and was custom-designed to optimize rapid New Product Introduction (NPI) and ramp-to-volume of its customers’ complex electronic products in Medical, 3D Printing and Robotics, Industrial and Defense.
“As global supply chain and cost pressures mount, and regulatory requirements continue to evolve and tighten, particularly in the Medical space, our customers count on Segue for expert execution and a model that flexes to provide solutions that work in this real world of constraints,” said Roger White, CEO of Segue Manufacturing Services. “Segue is purpose-built to provide our customers with a proactive team of manufacturing and engineering professionals plus a fully integrated service offering, so our customers get maximum flexibility, quality and supply chain continuity. Expanding and investing in our North American operations is an essential part of our strategy.”
Segue, which employs 100 people at the new location, also has an option to annex and expand into adjacent manufacturing space.
Responding directly to the growing needs of its customer base, the company said its expansion was integral to Segue meeting the accelerated production requirements of its customers’ medical devices, in particular life-saving ventilators, during the 2020 global pandemic. The Billerica facility combines with Segue's facility in Xiamen to offer Segue's customers both Made-in-USA and China solutions.
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